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Archived webinar: Increasing the reach and impact of your research with Kudos  

Academia is under pressure in an increasing number of ways, including greater competition for research funding. Yet despite this, more articles than ever are being published, making it even harder to ensure that research is found, read and cited. We … Continue reading

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How do you establish trust and authority in today’s scholarly digital environment?

By Mithu Lucraft, UK PR team Are you an early career researcher based in London? Then we would like your involvement in a new project looking at how how scholars assign trust and authority to the information sources they choose, … Continue reading

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A Take Social Media to Increase Journal Citations

An interesting take on journals and the importance of social media on increasing citations in a blog post by Ed Carr, a tenured associate professor in the Department of Geography at the University of South Carolina. Money quote: Those of … Continue reading

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Print and online publishing: The end or the beginning?

By: Courtney Pugh, SAGE Publishing Editor (with input from Lettie Conrad, SAGE Online Product Manager) With this 100th post to the SAGE Connection blog, there is wisdom to be gained by looking toward both the past and future of publishing. … Continue reading

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